Series: Play Hard
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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New York Times best-selling author K. Bromberg is back with an all new second-chance, standalone hockey romance.
At first, the request seemed simple - sign a new athlete to the agency.
Then I found out the new athlete was none other than the most wanted man in hockey today: Hunter Maddox.
Gifted. Sexy. At the top of his game. And the only man who has ever broken my heart.
If signing him will help save our family business, I’ll swallow my pride and do what’s asked.
But when it becomes clear his uncharacteristic antics off the ice are a hint of something deeper, keeping things strictly professional between us becomes more than complicated. But I know better than to cross that line.
I’ll never date a client. Not even for him.
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Win the Stanley Cup and do it before time runs out.
Not a small feat, but it’s what’s motivated me since the start of my career.
And time is running out.
Enter Dekker Kincade.
Feisty. Dogged. Damn gorgeous. The one I let get away.
I have no idea why she’s traveling with the team, but hell if resisting her is going to be easy.
But I have a job to do, and I refuse to lose sight of that end game. Even if she confuses me. Even if she sees parts of me I’ve hidden from the world.
I can’t lose focus. Not even for her.
It’s been a minute since I read a book by K. Bromberg, an author I love, so when I had the chance to listen to Hard to Handle by K. Bromberg, I jumped at it. Narrated by Jacob Morgan and Emma Wilder, I loved Dekker and Hunter’s story so much. An emotional enemies to lovers story, Dekker and Hunter have steamy chemistry, but also history. Now Dekker needs to get him signed to her father’s sports agency to help save his business.
I loved Hunter so much, even as he broke my heart. He is one determined man, but also carries so much that weighs him down. Dekker is just as determined, smart and ready to do her job. Can they find a way to work together without falling into the past? Or is this finally their chance to be together? I loved listening to Hard to Handle by K. Bromberg and am excited to dive into the rest of the series.